Boris Refused Lockdown - Covid Victims All Over 80

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  1. Dwight Ward

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    Boris Johnson refused autumn lockdown because Covid victims ‘essentially all over 80’, leaked messages suggest

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-lockdown-autumn-covid-b1886880.html


    This was on the infowars live show in an interview with Paul Joseph Watson. As of this morning I didn't see any link to an article summarizing Watson's comments - only the direct link to the Independent article.

    Essentially, as of this past fall, Boris Johnson did not think Covid19 was dangerous enough to warrant lockdowns and said so (before he was re-instructed by the ptb).
     
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    Well that's good if all true. Lockdowns don't prevent the spread of a respiratory virus.

    As some areas in this country (NYC?) found out last year, the most heavily locked down areas had the highest infection rates. Being out in the fresh air is way better than being cooped up with others.

    And maybe Boris is having Jesus moment because of the massive protests there (and elsewhere in Europe) against the totalitarian tactics to control the virus WHICH DON'T WORK.
     
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    "the most heavily locked down areas had the highest infection rates. Being out in the fresh air is way better than being cooped up with others."

    Definitely ... and wearing a porous mask with pores 1000 times the size of the pathogen isn't much help either.

    "maybe Boris is having Jesus moment"


    The article describes what he was thinking last autumn. I'm sure he's now fully in with the program and wouldn't dare say such things today.
     
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    Before lying about this became a political necessity, we have always been told that colds & flu always spread more in the winter because transmission is facilitated when we're all shut in together.
     
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    I'm telling on you. Making sense is a terrorist act.
     
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    That's coming after the 2022 mid-terms.
     
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    Marjorie Taylor Greene got banned from twatter for suggesting the jabs should be voluntary. My joke is rapidly becoming unfunny.

    From yahoo:
    Ms Greene was suspended from Twitter in April, but the company later rescinded the ban, saying it was a mistake caused by its automated moderation system. In response to her latest (my bold) suspension, Ms Greene said Silicon Valley firms were attacking free speech with support from the White House.
     
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    It's incomprehensible what we are living through. It makes "1984" seem like a romance novel. :(

    Yet some large majority of Americans remain happily clueless.
     
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    Some large majority of Americans:
    (A) Do not want their lives to be disrupted and will do "whatever it takes" to be comfortably numb, and
    (B) Find safety and child-like validation in The Mob

    I really wish I'd not read Orwell and the other dystopian novelists of the day. It's given me an uncomfortable frame of reference. It's like looking up our social symptoms on Web MD, except we're pretty much sure this diagnosis is not based in hysteria.
     
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    Great summing up. I confess that I envy the 'comfortably numb'. They just don't live with the fears I do.
     
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    My life-long buddy is a semi-retired farmer and has two infant grandchilden. Yet he doesn't care what's going on outside of his daily life.

    I have no kids or grandkids (obviously) and I care A LOT. Him and I are closer than many brothers and have pretty much agreed on everything throughout life -- but not this.

    I do not understand his mindset.
     
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    I disagree. Look at how violently they react to anything that shakes up their world view.

    You and I might have fears, but we also have a stable foundation on which to stand as we sort through them..
     
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    I think I get your point, John, and I'll have to mull on that. Are you saying that if a person has a worldview that he knows can easily shatter when touched by reality, he'll be defensive and hostile to any challenges to it?

    Stop giving me things to think about, please. Thinking is hard. :)
     
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    That is why they call them 'snowflakes'. Could have called them crystals.
    They can be turned a little. I have a friend who is a teacher who started to cry when she began to lose a friendly debate at lunch.
     
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    I thought it was because they see the Reset is going to happen no matter what.
    Love your avatar.
     
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